Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by pernat, Apr 28, 2016.
For those of you filming hunts what programs are you using to edit them? An info helps thanks!!
IMOVIES for mac. Such a great program. I doesnt have everything like Adobe After Effects, But it has anything would would need to edit movies together. Including Green Screen effect
I'm using a mac book air for my computer if that helps
Go to the App Store and buy IMOVIES. its $14. then go on youtube, and learn how to use it.
you can do simple edits, picture in picture. and even do stuff like this.
quick little video we did with my some last year.
We also threw this one together. sorry I dont film my own hunts though
Thanks Bryan I will be looking into it!
Sony Movie Studio Platinum. Has way more than most of us need and simple to use.
Adobe Premiere Pro CC/After Effects CC. Primarily as it's what I've used the longest, and the integration with all of the other CC apps.
This is absolutely fantastic!!
that is ALSO extremely awesome!!
iMovie is what I use too. It should be free if you have a fairly new MAC. Here is a Youtube intro I did using mostly pictures and little video. If you play with it enough you can get a quality end result that is almost cinematic.
I use two older programs called ProShow Producer and Roxio Videowave. At some point I plan to upgrade to Adobe Premiere. If you don't have a Mac, it's a top notch program. They used it to edit the movie Deadpool and several other Hollywood blockbusters.
I use iMovies on my iPad. Dump the footage in and edit. Here are some snowmobile videos I did a few years back. You can use any music you want. I'm planning on some good turkey videos this spring.
South Warren Ride - YouTube
Stillwater Ride - YouTube
Speculator Ride 1/26 - YouTube
Indian Lake - YouTube
I just started using power director 14. Got it on sale for $49. Pretty easy to use
Bryan, You're wife shot a good looking pig. The best shot was the last though, of that full freezer.
Yea. We need a deep freezer now. both freezers are full, and we keep buying different cuts of meat to try on my new offset smoker.
Her shot was great placement as well. This was her first animal, and it was kind of a bummer. She didnt get great penetration, and i had to cut its throat. She was pretty upset that it didnt die right away, and that it suffered. I just told her that no matter how much practice preparation and patience you have. Things can still go not as planned. she did everything in her power for a good clean kill. Man oh man is that one tasty pig though!
We butcher ourself. Totaled 95lbs of meat. 25lbs of mutton, and 75lbs of pork.
I was a little disappointed in how tough the ram was as i was butchering it. Even more disappointed that i threw so much 'tough meant' away. Ram burgers are amazing!
2lbs ground mutton.
1/4 green pepper
1/8 cup spicy bbq sauce
run it threw the grinder after mixing. and cook on a smoker for 1.5 hours @ 225.
IT IS AMZING!!!!!
Yeah that pigs bloodline hadn't been in the wild that long. Was built nice for slaughter. Nothing better than wild pig. Sorry to hear she had a bad start but pigs are tough to put down. Smaller kill zone and tougher hide. It looked like she did a good job to me.
Thanks for all the info guys i will be giving imovie a shot for sure and maybe a few others!
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